Factors in the Proofreading Process

Factors in the Proofreading Process

There is this joy that comes with typing the words “The End,” in every book. Whether it’s your first book or your twentieth, savour the moment because you have accomplished a great feat. But don’t rejoice for too long because the real work begins now. This work is the...
Top Productivity Tips For Writers

Top Productivity Tips For Writers

By Frances Booth Whether you work as a writer, aspire to be a writer, or use writing for business, these tips should help you be productive with your writing. Too often, writing takes us far longer than it needs to, and we agonise over it and struggle with it. It...
How and Where to Promote Your New Book

How and Where to Promote Your New Book

By Catherine. Authors, you just published your first book. Congratulations! Now your publisher tells you they only will send out a press release announcing your new book and that’s it for book promoting. So, now what? How and Where do you promote your book? You could...
6 Ways to Add Depth to Your Narrative

6 Ways to Add Depth to Your Narrative

You might be surprised to learn that “seasoned” writers will still, on occasion, get this highly vague editing note: Add More Depth. This might refer to a character, a setting, a scene, and yes—even backstory (when appropriate). The following 6 ways are by no means...

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